What special song could the Rolling Stones play in Minneapolis?

The Rolling Stones
Ronnie Wood, left, Mick Jagger, center, and Keith Richards, right, on stage as The Rolling Stones performed live at Mt. Smart Stadium on Nov. 22, 2014, in Auckland, New Zealand.
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Today's Morning Edition music is from a recording made by an audience member of the Rolling Stones performing "Hang on Sloopy" last Saturday night in Columbus, Ohio.

It was the first time the Stones played that song live since 1966. They added it to the set list in Columbus because it's the official state rock song of Ohio.

The Rolling Stones bring their tour to TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis Wednesday night. So, perhaps, they'll add a special song just for us. Maybe "Surfin' Bird" or "Highway 61 Revisited" or, given the weather forecast, another song might be appropriate.

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